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Aerial shot of Weymouth (left) and Bellingham (right)
|Population||216 (2011 census)|
|LGA(s)||George Town Council|
Weymouth is a small township in northern Tasmania, Australia, on the Pipers River opposite Bellingham and about 60 km from Launceston. It has a very small permanent population; however, it attracts many visitors during the summer months. Weymouth has a beach, a tennis court, a community hall with a playground and a seasonal shop, which has now closed.
Back Creek Post Office opened on 1 June 1870 and was replaced by the Weymouth office in 1959.
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